Lebanon: Hariri murder indictments submitted to Hague court
The indictments in the murder case of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic al-Hariri were submitted to the International Court of Justice at The Hague the Lebanese news agency reported. Prosecutor Daniel Bellemare, who led the inquiry, delivered his conclusions to Judge Daniel Fransen.


It is estimated that the conclusions will focus on the involvement of Hezbollah sources in the planning and execution of the assassination. Other reports stated that the prosecution would blame Iran's spiritual leader Seyyed Ali Khamenei as the one responsible for giving the order to kill Hariri in February 2005. (AFP)